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Scoop is proud to announce that Scoop Gold is now archiving Scoop information on a daily basis enabling users to - FOR NO COST - access news through a fine index filter and a new, convenient, interface. Scoop Gold provides access to the entire Scoop database which now numbers over 5000 items. Select a subject like immigration, or military affairs (See Full List Below) and browse the last three years news. Scoop can proudly claim this is the most sophisticated publicly available databese of New Zealand news now online.

Scoop readers need to register to use Scoop Gold and for the trouble will also receive the Scoop Today daily update - a service which can be turned on and off at demand. Existing NewsAgent customers should use the login they were assigned on sign-up to access the Scoop Gold database.

Watch this space for further developments...

…The Scoop Team.

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